Peter Parker, aka Spider-Man, appeared on the pages of comic books in 1962. It has since been extremely popular. We’ll begin this lesson to discover the art of drawing The Amazing Spider-Man!

Step 1
Let’s begin by drawing a stickman. It is a figure composed of circles and sticks. By using the stickman, we can indicate the location of the character as well as its proportions as well as his position in the drawing. Take note of the unusual angle and the position due to these reasons, the stickman Spider-Man appears to be disproportionate.

Like other tutorials, begin by drawing the head. Draw the lines of the shoulders and spine. In the same way, sketch out the legs and arms. Then, draw the lines of the face.

Step 2
Draw the outline of Spider-Man by adding more volume and dimension to your “skeleton”“. First, draw the eye contours of Spider-Man, based on those lines drawn on the face drawn in earlier steps. Draw the outline of the body. Draw the arms. They are composed of:

upper arms;
Mark the elbows and shoulders by drawing circles. Draw the forearms and shoulders in form of circles. Next, draw fingers and a palm that is square in the shape of rectangles that are oblong. Pay attention to the curves of the muscles.

Step 3
Remove any extra lines from the Spider-Man mask Then, draw the outline of the eyes and draw very detailed lines. For more information about what you can draw on the head of Spider-Man take a look at the instruction on drawing the head of Spider-Man.

Step 4
Remove the guidelines from the torso, and then trace the contours of the torso so that they are smooth and clear. In addition to the contours of the outside, you can clearly discern the outline of huge pectoral muscles and the lighter line from the clavicle.

In this step, sketch out the patterns of costumes, or, more specifically the lines of blue and red. In the next steps in this area, we’ll sketch the pattern in the shape of webs.

Step 5
Remove any unnecessary instructions for the initial steps from Spider-Man’s arms. Spider-Man Then, draw the contours and provide a correct anatomical shape on the arms. Draw your fingers and draw the knuckles. Make sure to draw the lines of red and blue that begin at the middle of the forearm and continue through the arm, they join the boundaries on the torso.

Step 6
In this stage, we sketch the leg muscles of Spider-Man. Like in the previous stages it is necessary to erase the lines that guide us and draw the contours. Alongside the contours on the outside that run along the legs draw the lines of muscles along the legs and shins. Be particular about the knees, as there are many lines within which it’s easy to become confused. The final step is to draw a line between the shoes of Spider-Man.

Step 7
In the previous steps, we traced the lines of blue and red colors across the dress. In this step, we’ll draw vertical lines in the red zones. The lines will all depart from the central point of the web that is situated between your eyes and the mask. Then, sketch the web design on your fingers. Lines must be drawn close enough.

Step 8
Then, add a second layer which is placed horizontally. Rings from this layer as also vertical lines that are a distance from the central area in the middle of the face, and split across the red part of the costumes. Notice that each line is an inclination of a little.

Step 9
In this, the final step of the course on drawing The Amazing Spider-Man, we’ll add shadows. In this lesson, shadows are created in comics-style – they appear as contrasting black spots.

Draw the shadows using two steps – the first sketch out your shadows’ contours, and then draw the shadows by using a dense hatching. To make the drawing more appealing, create a web over the background as shown in our example.

In this lesson, the artists of 3dvkarts have taught ways to draw the world’s most well-known superheroes the one that has the most acclaim – The Amazing Spider-Man. If you’re looking for a more complicated lesson, check out the initial Spider-Man sketch lesson.

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